285: FBP Rewind – Feeling Stuck – What To Do When You Feel Like You’ve Done Everything with Bjork Ostrom

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An image of a cassette tape and the title of the 285th episode on the Food Blogger Pro Podcast, 'FBP Rewind.'

Welcome to episode 285 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, we’re rewinding back to an episode we shared earlier this year about what to do when you feel like you’ve done everything.

Last week on the podcast, we re-shared an episode that will help you optimize your income and make more money from blogging. To go back and listen to that episode, click here.

What To Do When You Feel Like You’ve Done Everything 

I’m sure there has been a time in all of our blogging journeys where we feel like we’re doing everything we can, yet the traffic, income, subscriber, and/or follower numbers just aren’t moving.

So what do you do then? What do you do when you feel like you’ve done everything you can?

That’s what this episode is all about. Bjork will offer some high-level advice and specific strategies that you can implement when you’re feeling stuck.

A quote from Bjork Ostrom’s appearance on the Food Blogger Pro podcast that says, 'One of the hard things about building a business is that you're relatively siloed...and the experiences that you do hear are what people are sharing online, which almost always is a highlight reel, not a low-light.'

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • The importance of limiting comparison
  • How to be flexible and understand what you’re trying to achieve
  • What it means to focus on your craft
  • Why posting frequency isn’t super important
  • Why it might make sense to “niche down”
  • How to serve your audience


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For the full transcript, head on over to the show notes for the original episode at foodbloggerpro.com/245.

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